Copyright © By Dr. Adel Elsaie, Book Title: "Please Revise the Bible, Again"

6.2.11 Secret Baptism

 

As mentioned above Jesus instructed his disciples to baptize people in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Based on this instruction, another tactic that is deceptively employed by missionaries is to “baptize” victims without their knowledge. Then to reveal that they had been baptized and they must convert to Christianity. Though well-documented in India, it is little known that the most famous perpetrator was Mother Teresa and her sisters.

 

“For Mother (Teresa), it was the spiritual well-being of the poor that mattered most. Material aid was a means of reaching their souls, of showing the poor that God loved them. In the homes for the dying, Mother taught the sisters how to secretly baptize those who were dying. Sisters were to ask each person in danger of death if he wanted a ‘ticket to heaven’. An affirmative reply was to mean consent to baptism. The sister was then to pretend she was just cooling the person’s forehead with a wet cloth, while in fact she was baptizing him, saying quietly the necessary words. Secrecy was important so that it would not come to be known that Mother Teresa’s sisters were baptizing Hindus and Muslims.”

 

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